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Re: [Aroid-l] Fungus gnats


Fungus Gnats start as a nuisance, and quickly start to do damage, drench soil with Azatin or Gnatrol but don't ignore them whatever you do.

kfb maine

Skip Hanson <shanson@emc.com> wrote:
All,
  Good morning. Does anyone out there have an opinion on whether fungus gnats
 are damaging or just a nuisance ? There seems to be conflicting information.
 
  They seem to be fairly easy to control but they never seem to go away totally and
 of course I can't see the larva so it's hard to tell how bad an infestation is.
 
Thanks,
Skip
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